Seems like a lot of the old table saws have the areas in front and
back of the throat plate worn away. (From slamming the wrench into it
to loosen the arbor nut I'd assume.) Is spray welding and regrinding
the best way to fix it? The only way? Just curious.
Are you going to be using MIG or stick? Be damn sure there is no
contaminants in the area as it may look nice but will fall off or break away
with one hit from a wrench. Pretty straight forward, but careful with the
I'm not planning on doing it, I'm just wondering how one would go
about it. Over at the mill we had some moulder beds spray welded and
they came out good as new. I just don't know how you do it, or if
it's worth it.
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